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Teddington Ward — Richmond upon Thames

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3rd May 2018 (3 seats)

Richard Baker LD 2571 59.6%
Martin Elengorn LD 2491
Tim Woodcock LD 2432
Elizabeth Foster C 1379 32.0%
Simon Lamb C 1303
Richard Fitter C 1280
Penny Banaji Lab 361 8.4%
Neil Browning Lab 339
Louise Creighton Lab 314

22nd May 2014 (3 seats)

Jennifer Churchill LD 1587 37.1%
Martin Elengorn LD 1514
Stephen Knight LD 1497
Elizabeth Foster C 1447 33.8%
Jon Hollis C 1356
Simon Lamb C 1296
Mark Sanders-Barwick Grn 512 12.0%
Cheryl Ould Lab 425 9.9%
Michelle Sims Lab 414
Eva Tutchell Lab 385
Dominic Stockford UKIP 308 7.2%

6th May 2010 (3 seats)

Jennifer Churchill LD 2800 49.0%
Martin Elengorn LD 2679
Stephen Knight LD 2655
Simon Lamb C 2298 40.2%
Graeme Tallantire C 2195
Barry Edwards C 2183
Margaret Mills Lab 619 10.8%
Michelle Sims Lab 554
Gerard Ward Lab 488

4th May 2006 (3 seats)

Martin Elengorn LD 2088 54.0%
Stephen Knight LD 2046
James Mumford LD 2036
Karen Bradley C 1150 29.8%
Roger Avins C 1132
John Wylie C 1041
Kevin McMahon Grn 438 11.3%
Kevin Gilligan Lab 188 4.9%
Margaret Mills Lab 182

2nd May 2002 (3 seats)

James Mumford LD 1344 47.6%
Martin Elengorn LD 1324
Stephen Knight LD 1274
Peter Temlett C 1075 38.1%
June Cape C 1036
Kevin Ross C 1003
Nuala Orton Lab 403 14.3%
Penelope Banaji Lab 398
Sampson Low Lab 365

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